Durapower launches remote battery monitoring system – Charged EVs


Singaporean lithium-ion battery manufacturer Durapower has launched its digital battery management system, DP Pulse.

The DP Pulse ecosystem comprises four parts: a battery monitoring and management system; a charging management system; an energy monitoring system and a battery passport that contains information about its production, testing and recycling. DP Pulse will be integrated with all Durapower battery systems into a single platform to track and trace battery lifecycles and provide business and operational insights.

The system monitors operational depth-of-discharge and its machine learning capability uses battery and application parameters to estimate a battery’s remaining useful life.

“DP Pulse uses our monitoring and analytics systems to provide a holistic battery diagnostic and drive operational efficiency,” said Sanjay Bakshi, Director of Digital and Innovation at Durapower. “Digital solutions like DP Pulse will enable predictive analytics to help us address customer pain points and further enhance the efficacy of our batteries.”

Source: Durapower

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